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Nov 6, 2012 11:00pm PST
another, shopping by revenge is itself is, now gaze upon this masterful drive. mr. mulligan, another ball. >> jon: you did that on a golf course. how did you get that on video. >> please jon let's not get upset over trivial details. you should have heeded myings. tell me more about this contest squire. as you do, so i will sip this -pgraglass of president. >> jon: our first black president ran for re-election against our first mormon. >> a slave president running against what did you just call him, a merman.% he can't breathe under water let alone lead a nation. >> jon: it's different, it's, never mind. anyway it's been a really ugly election this year mostly negative campaigning, half the country hates the other half. >> i all feared this country will have a civil war, i'm just glad it took this long. >> jon: sure, that's how long it took. >> well at leasttthe political process i bequeath to this natton to retain it's nobility and ... >> jon: right. >> and my image to reign supreme. >> jon: that would be ben franklin. >> i can't believe i even agreed to the hologram. washington out
Nov 2, 2012 7:00pm EDT
's something, mr. mulligan, professor mulligan has an important point. there are a lot of people now who are less attached to the workforce than they used to be. we have about almost 14% to 18% of our workers are contingent workers. part-time workers looking for full-time work or are self-employed. some of these people in a very down economy would not have any work were it not for a little bit of liberalization of unemployment insurance and food stamps. i think personally we didn't go far enough in that direction. i think that's one reason a lot of people don't have the money to keep the economy going. but let me just say, we want to be celebrating. larry, you want to be celebrating these unemployment numbers. shame on you for not being more optimistic tonight. >> i'm sorry. i can't get that optimistic tonight. i think you should be doing 3 0 00,000 jobs a month. casey mulligan's points that the social safety net program, eligibility has been expanded so much, they no longer represent the countercyclical fiscal aid in bad times. >> that's baloney. that is just -- >> governments and mark
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